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AIA to Hold Awards Program at AAPEX

The Auto International Association (AIA) Segment of the Automotive Aftermarket Industry Association will hold its 16th AIA Industry Awards program at AAPEX 2004. Last year’s awards program showcased 70 entries from 24 companies in an impressive display located in the Sands Expo Center Upper Level Lobby. This high-traffic area will again be the site for this year’s display.

LAS VEGAS — The Auto International Association (AIA) Segment of the Automotive Aftermarket Industry Association will hold its 16th AIA Industry Awards program at AAPEX 2004. Last year’s awards program showcased 70 entries from 24 companies in an impressive display located in the Sands Expo Center Upper Level Lobby. This high-traffic area will again be the site for this year’s display.

Open to all AAIW exhibitors that market products for import cars and trucks, the AIA Industry Awards have recognized many prestigious brands and companies for excellence in six award categories covering products, advertising, merchandising, packaging, catalogs and websites.

Winners will be announced at a Nov. 2 press briefing, and will receive additional recognition at the Nov. 3 AIA Luncheon and Awards Program.

Early registrants at press time include: CoolPro Climate Control Products and Flex-Trax, Inc. for the Best New Product for Import Cars or Trucks Category; Fenwick Automotive Products for the Best New Performance Product or Accessory for Import Cars or Trucks Category; ZF Industries for the Best New Merchandising/Advertising of a Product for Import Cars or Trucks; and CoolPro Climate Control Products and Roulunds Braking, for the Best New Packaging of a Product for Import Cars or Trucks.

Registrations are being accepted until October 8, 2004. Contact Lee Kadrich at AIA for more information, 301/654-6664; [email protected].

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